Smart pathways to improved oxide-based devices

OXIPATH addresses key technological issues related to oxide materials applied in three growing technology areas:

  • Piezoelectric devices
  • Batteries
  • Thermoelectric devices

The scientific understanding of oxide properties has been developed in SINTEF over a period of more than 30 years, with renowned specialists in modelling, characterisation, synthesis and fabrication. We have cutting-edge expertise in areas such as oxide-based membranes, fuel cells, catalysts and refractories.

OXIPATH makes use of SINTEF's oxide competence to create new knowledge and experience in three emerging technology areas, where the development of advanced oxides is essential.

A key result of the project is to produce practical demonstrators that show the main implications for technology.

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Oxide nanofibres. (Photo copyright: SINTEF - CC-BY-NC-ND)

Project members

Johan Henrik Ræder

Senior Business Developer
977 14 975
Name
Johan Henrik Ræder
Title
Senior Business Developer
Phone
977 14 975
Department
Sustainable Energy Technology
Office
Oslo
Company
SINTEF AS

Tor Olav Sunde

Research Scientist
936 26 722
Name
Tor Olav Sunde
Title
Research Scientist
Phone
936 26 722
Department
Sustainable Energy Technology
Office
Oslo
Company
SINTEF AS

Per Martin Rørvik

Senior Research Scientist
932 34 039
Name
Per Martin Rørvik
Title
Senior Research Scientist
Phone
932 34 039
Department
Sustainable Energy Technology
Office
Oslo
Company
SINTEF AS

Marie-Laure Fontaine

Research Manager
934 79 555
Name
Marie-Laure Fontaine
Title
Research Manager
Phone
934 79 555
Department
Sustainable Energy Technology
Office
Oslo
Company
SINTEF AS

Nils Peter Wagner

Senior Research Scientist
+47 450 60 739
Name
Nils Peter Wagner
Title
Senior Research Scientist
Phone
+47 450 60 739
Department
Sustainable Energy Technology
Office
Trondheim
Company
SINTEF AS
OXIPATH is funded by the Research Council of Norway through its basic grants to SINTEF.

About the project:

OXIPATH is a three-year project that started in February 2017 .

Budget of 9 million NOK.

OXIPATH is a strategic effort by SINTEF.

Upcoming events:

The 2nd OXIPATH scientific meeting will take place in Oslo on August 23, 2018.

Meet us at America's International Meeting on Electrochemistry and Solid State Science (AIMES), September 30th 2018, in Cancun, Mexico! Results from the Oxipath project and other battery projects will be presented at this event.